NYC DOT Transit Development is seeking a summer intern/college aide in the Bus Priority unit. Interested candidates currently enrolled in relevant undergraduate or graduate school programs can apply via email. Preference given to candidates who submit applications by March 28, 2024. Internship to begin in May or June 2024, subject to agency approval.

Compensation is $17.30 per hour for undergraduates and $19.90 for graduate students, and the position is full time in summer (35 hours a week in our offices in Manhattan).


The selected candidate for College Aide or Intern in the Bus Priority unit of the Transit Development group will assist with the planning, coordination, and implementation of bus priority projects to improve speed, reliability, and comfort for New York City’s bus riders. As a part of the Mayoral Administration’s ambitious bus lane goals, Transit Development is implementing several bus priority projects in the summer of 2024. The College Aide will work closely with Project Management staff to help oversee implementation of projects, by reviewing implementation progress including a combination of office and field work. Additionally, the candidate will help assist in development proposals for 2025 projects through creating existing conditions profiles, analyzing existing bus speed and traffic data, and researching and identifying stakeholders to begin the outreach process. GIS, AutoCAD, Adobe Illustrator, and data analysis skills are preferred, but this is also an opportunity for candidates to develop these skills throughout the term of the internship.

To apply, email a cover letter and resume to transitdevelopment@dot.nyc.gov.

This job has also been cross-posted to NYC Jobs (cityjobs.nyc.gov/jobs), applications will be accepted via email or NYC Jobs (Job ID: 629872)

To apply for this job email your details to transitdevelopment@dot.nyc.gov

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